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Ex-AFL star Brennan Stack is banned from EVERY pub and club in Western Australia for four years

Ex-AFL star Brennan Stack has been banned from EVERY pub and club in Western Australia for four years after being jailed for a sickening assault on two defenseless women

  • Stack and brother Shai Martin jailed for more than three years for assault
  • Pair is now banned from all licensed locations in the state until March 2026
  • Experienced cop described assault as the most brutal he’d ever seen

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Former Western Bulldogs player Brennan Stack will not be allowed to enter any pub or club in Western Australia for the next four years after he was convicted of assaulting two women that a police officer described as the most brutal he had ever seen.

Stack and his younger brother Shai Martin – who is also subject to the ban – were sentenced to more than three years in prison for beating up Tiara Cox, Kia Krakouer and Sharyce Krakouer in Perth on March 20, which was captured on CCTV.

The ex-Bulldog pleaded guilty to assaulting Tiara Cox and Kia Krakouer, while Martin pleaded guilty to assaulting Cox and Sharyce Krakouer.

The footage of the attack in the Northbridge entertainment area shows Stack and Martin hitting and kicking the women, who were seriously injured as a result.

Stack, 33, started the attack by hitting one of the women on the head until she collapsed.

CCTV footage of the attack showed the two men repeatedly punched and kicked the women as they lay defenseless on the ground

CCTV footage of the attack showed the two men repeatedly punched and kicked the women as they lay defenseless on the ground

Stack was sentenced to three and a half years in prison after pleading guilty to the attack

Stack was sentenced to three and a half years in prison after pleading guilty to the attack

Stack was sentenced to three and a half years in prison after pleading guilty to the attack

Martin, 25, then joined in, dragging a woman five meters by her hair before repeatedly punching and kicking her head and back.

When her boyfriend tried to defend her, the attackers repeatedly punched her on the head, knocking her out.

One of the women then tried to escape by crawling on her hands, but was then kicked in the head.

When the woman came to her senses, she tried to scramble away, but Stack lifted a glass bottle in the air and appeared to knock it down, aiming for her head.

She was then dragged to the ground before her assailant knelt over her and rained more blows on her head.

The attack only stopped when the police arrived and intervened.

A police officer with more than 20 years of experience described the attack as the most 'cruel' and 'cruel' he had seen

A police officer with more than 20 years of experience described the attack as the most 'cruel' and 'cruel' he had seen

A police officer with more than 20 years of experience described the attack as the most ‘cruel’ and ‘cruel’ he had seen

Stack's brother Shai Martin (pictured) was also jailed and banned from bars and clubs

Stack's brother Shai Martin (pictured) was also jailed and banned from bars and clubs

Stack’s brother Shai Martin (pictured) was also jailed and banned from bars and clubs

The order from Western Australia’s director of Liquor Licensing means the couple will not be allowed to enter a licensed location in the state until March 2026.

They can be fined up to $10,000 if they break the order.

Stack and Martin’s attack is said to have started after the car doors of the two groups made contact – leading to screams, hair pulling and quickly spiraling out of control.

The women suffered concussions, cuts, swelling and bruises.

A senior police officer described the alleged attack as the most “cruel” and “cruel” he had seen in more than 20 years with the force.

Stack played 21 senior games for the Bulldogs from 2009 to 2011 before being taken off the list.